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The Weekly Caption 26/08/2019

All you have to do is add a caption - or two if you fancy.....



Don't forget ... you've got about 7 days to post in NOVEMBER'S In Focus Challenge, this month is themed: Abstract. Deadline midnight on SATURDAY 30th NOVEMBER for your entries (a maximum of 4) in the latest monthly TIPF IN FOCUS challenge.


Good Luck  everyone ...;)



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A variety of abstract images   entered for  November's In Focus Challenge . Seeing everyday  scenes or objects differently so as to  emphasise an unusual shape or pattern  or lighting or colour that triggers the imagination and  goes beyond what seems to be realistic is a very liberating  experience as the usual rules for photography don't really apply . For me I like to see the minimum number of elements  so simplicity works for me  ...  My three winners in this months challenge are CMunzel (Cheryl ) sjr (Simon )  and Ryewolf  (Geoff) with the following images... I am intrigued by all three of them . Congratulations to you all .

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Thanks Polly. Its nice to be back in the winners circle rather than doing the choosing.

I have not a clue what Cheryl's picture is? Geoffs however is another of his wonderful ICM.
Mine is the underside of the black plastic (i know i know........boo! black plastic) packaging from a biscuit selection box . And yes they were chocolate and yes I was responsible for it being an empty box.

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I told Geoff I thought it was the base of a tray that held chocolates so I wasn't too far  out Simon ...I suppose you had to empty it to turn it upside down eh ...?  Oh dear I think I just condoned you polishing off the contents !! :yes

Apparently Geoff's pic was an inverted  image of an ICM taken from Pendle Hill ...  

Intrigued to know what  Cheryl's was ....

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Well done to Cheryl, Simon & Geoff.


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Wow, thank you, Polly, and well done, Simon and Geoff.  I agree with the reasons why you appreciate abstract photography. It is an excellent activity to develop visual imagination. My photo was of the wet bark of a eucalyptus tree. 

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4 hours ago, CMunzel said:

My photo was of the wet bark of a eucalyptus tree.

I would never have guessed that.

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